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Commodity trader and mining giant Glencore (LON: GLEN) has appointed Canadian Patrice Merrin as its first female board director, ending its status as being the only company with no women sitting at the top table. She worked at Canadian miner Sherritt for a decade before becoming chief executive of her country’s largest thermal coal producer Luscar.She is also a director of precious metals mining company Stillwater and has been proposed as director of MFC Industrial and Cliff Natural Resources.While turning around to head home, I saw these signs – the blue one says “Check Your Fuel. This panorama of the property was created by stitching 4 photos together. I had done some very superficial research about this route, and figured I’d go up for a few miles to see what the road is like.This picture shows Abden House in the middle of picture, slightly left center, farthest back building. The president of the Kinghorn Historical Society gave me pictures and an early map of this area showing Abden House and King's Gardens. This is Maxwell territory as well as early Wardlaw territory.This is where the error came from of saying the Wardlaws were a sept of Maxwell, when in fact the Wardlaw were there much earlier. Saline, Fife, Scotland was an early abode of many Wardlaws and these old school records list the children registered in the school. The space to the right was where the other vault was, but was taken out to open up the Norman doorway that was discovered there in 1905. The house has been added on to, but the main center section is original.There is now a plaque on the door telling how the Wardlaws were given the vault by the King and Queen. We saw the lower floor where the kitchens were and the meat hangers still in the ceiling. There is a stone over the doors of the coach house at Balmule.
Beyond the fact that Glencore will no longer be seen as a bastion of corporate masculinity, many think the Swiss miner’s decision matters for several additional reasons.
This property was opened in 1921 by Luscar Collieries, and the company town of Luscar, which was at the far left of this photo, peaked at a population of 724 in 1941.
The mine mostly supplied Canadian National Railway with fuel for their steam locomotives, and closed in 1956 when the railway’s conversion to diesel was complete.
Many of the homes were 1930s vintage, a couple like this pre-dating that.
Most homes were boarded up – I’m guessing that this is a popular recreational cabin community in the summer.Navitie House is in the area of Lochoreshire where Lochore (Inchgall) Castle and Ladath House are.